Some people argue that tapas appeared on the gastronomic scene as a way to keep workers satisfied and productive until lunchtime. Others have contended that tapas were originally pieces of bread or meat used to cover glasses of sweet sherry, deterring hovering fruit flies. Currently, we enjoy tapas as a convivial meal — shared plates that satisfy different cravings. Spend an evening at Haven’s Kitchen sipping wine and creating a variety of small plates.
Charred Octopus, White Beans & Kale
Citrus & Olive Oil Poached Fish
Gambas Al Ajillo
Stuffed Piquillo Peppers
Hanger Steak Flatbreads with Labneh
White Chocolate Pot De Creme
Curriculum is subject to revision. We do our best to accommodate dietary restrictions. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212.929.7900 x4 to confirm if the curriculum can be revised to your diet. All class sales are final. Students must cancel at least 72 hours before the scheduled class to receive a Haven’s Kitchen credit of the full purchase value. More information on our class policy can be found here
All classes are hands-on and end with a seated meal unless otherwise stated. Wine is served in class.